This cable is the pefect compliment to a high end gaming/HTPC. I have it between a Geforce GTX570 (using DVI connection) to a 55" Sony HX929. Flawless performance. At twice the price I would have been happy. Perfect font display, all games, Netflix from PC, all perfect.
PROS: Works perfectly. Looks professional. Can't kink. In a pinch you could hang it from a thrid story window and esacpe from a fire (it's so heavy it could hold you and a couple of friends).
Exactly what I wanted to get, but it's very thick. Like, instead of worrying that someone might trip on it, I'm worried it will fall on someone and crush them... or that children will be tempted to play on it, and fall, injuring themselves.
Just bring a backhoe into your living room and dig a 6 foot trench, and bury it.
Okay, an exaggeration. But, it's about twice as thick as a standard VGA cable, so you should keep that in mind.
PROS: Great build quality. No signal problems. Dimensions as advertised. Works flawlessly.
CONS: 22AWG is fat. I read other reviews that mentioned this is a thick cable. It IS a thick cable. About as thick as the Component connector for my XBox360. It's a thick cable, and it's not incredibly flexible, either. So, you might want an angled connector, or a different cable weight if you need to come in at 90deg with less that 12" clearance.
I got this cable to replace a 25' VGA cable that showed extreme ghosting after replacing our projection HDTV with a new LED-LCD TV. This cable is used to hook up my HTPC to the LED-LCD TV and it works great with no signs of interference and the ghosting is history. This cable is very thick, it's almost twice the thickness of my computer's power cord! It would be great for a 50' setup. But for my needs, a 24 or even 26 AWG cable would probably be sufficient.
PROS: Good quality. Works great.
CONS: Cable may be hard to set up due to its thickness.